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HTML Dictionary Definitions

What is HTML? HTML (defined as HyperText Markup Language on Abbreviation Finder) is a selection language (also called page description language). The idea behind this language is that an HTML document should be viewable by all browsers (browser) regardless of whether the visitor has items. a Mac or PC. Provided, then, that one codes according […]

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3G Dictionary Definitions

In the first part of this text, you got to know the second generation (2G) mobile technologies: TDMA, CDMA, GSM, GPRS and EDGE , which were (and are) essential for the popularization of mobile telephony. In this second part, you will see the characteristics of the technologies CDMA-2000 (and their variations), UMTS (W-CDMA) and HSPA […]

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EFI Dictionary Definitions

The Extensible Firmware Interface (or simply EFI according to Abbreviationfinder dictionary) is a new technology to replace the BIOS ( Basic Imput / Output System) used in computers. The BIOS was launched in the 1980s on the IBM PC AT and, undergoing modifications, is still used today. But, with the advantages of EFI, this “tradition” […]

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Cacophony Dictionary Definitions

Cacophony is the dissonance that produces the inharmonious combination of sounds in a word or phrase. The word, as such, comes from the Greek κακοφωνία (kakophonia), which is composed with the roots κακός (kakós), which means ‘bad’ or ‘unpleasant’, and φωνή (phoné) that translates ‘sound’. Cacophony can occur as a result of unnecessary, exaggerated or close repetition of […]

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Food Chain Dictionary Definitions

The food chain indicates the process by which energy and essential nutrients are transmitted from one living being to another. All living things on Earth depend on each other for subsistence, which is why there is talk of a food chain that varies according to the ecosystem, for example, there is the land food chain and […]

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Free Fall Dictionary Definitions

Free fall refers to any vertical fall without support of any kind whose path is barely subject to the force of gravity. It is a concept applied to physics, but it is also a sports practice. Free fall in Physics According to Physics, as a free fall is designated that which a body experiences when it is only […]

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Pandora’s Box Dictionary Definitions

Pandora’s box has its origin in Greek mythology that explains how humans became mortal and how all evils were installed in humanity. According to the Greek mythology described in the poetic work of Hesiod called Theogony which means “origin of the gods”, the Titan Prometheus provokes the fury Zeus (god of Olympus) by making fire known to man. Faced with the “disobedience” of Prometheus, Zeus […]

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Calambur Dictionary Definitions

Calambur is a literary figure characterized by the regrouping of syllables or words in order to modify the meaning of a sentence, as well as to hide a double meaning. Etymologically, the word calambur derives from the French calembour, however, there are those who claim that it derives from the Italian calamo burlare, which means ‘mocking with the […]

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Calamity Dictionary Definitions

Calamity is an event that brings losses or disastrous consequences and also refers to a useless, annoying person or person who brings negative consequences to those around him. The word calamity comes from the Latin calamitas which means “blow, damage.” The synonyms for calamity are: disaster, misfortune, accident, adversity, misfortune, setback. Among the antonyms of calamity are the words: luck, fortune, bliss, victory. The […]

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Skull Dictionary Definitions

A skull, also called a bone head, is the name given to the set of bones that make up the skeleton of the head, formed by the bones of the face and skull, when it is stripped of flesh and skin. The word, as such, comes from the Latin calvaria, which means ‘skull’. The bones of the skull […]